It's been quite a week for Isabella Kimmel.
A young girl was transported to the hospital with a head injury following an accident earlier today involving a construction vehicle in the Village of East Aurora.
The towns of Marilla and Wales have agreed to provide funding for a new storage facility and press box at Elma’s Creek Road Park. It was a unanimous vote for both towns, despite statements from Marilla’s supervisor that he would not allocate money for the building until next year.
The Wales Town Board recently took great pains in explaining that the main goal of a water study currently in progress in town—undertaken by the New York Rural Water Association on behalf of Wales—is just to “study the aquifers and to assess quality and quantity of our well sources,” according to an email sent by Councilman Jude Hartrich.
Gray skies and a persistent drizzle couldn't keep several hundred people from turning out to see polo return to Knox Farm State Park on Saturday, July 19.
189, East Aurora’s newest music venue, and the only village venue designed specifically for national musical acts, opened to a packed house last Tuesday, July 15, as Manhattan singer-songwriter Milton and New Orleans chanteuse Carsie Blanton took the stage.
Several farmers in the Town of Marilla could allow Quasar Energy Group to inject its liquid waste material as a fertilizer on farm fields if given state approval.
Girl Scouts of Western New York recently announced that Elma resident Morgan Paladino has received the Gold Award, the highest award available in Girl Scouting. She was recognized earlier this month with 45 other scouts during a ceremony at Samuel's Grande Manor in Williamsville.
The field was ready for them. The video board was lit. The announcer knew their names, their favorite subject in school and the name of their family pet, and the large crowd was ready to cheer. For the 44 players of the EMW Dream League baseball program who marched onto Coca-Cola Field on July 18 to play their game, it was a perfect night.